1969 Ford Bronco Lowered RestoMod

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Ya it’s lowered, but you can’t deny that it’s cool. Even though it’s been lowered on a one off independent adjustable air ride suspension with tubular upper and lower control arms, I dig that it still maintains that late 60’s – early 70’s vibe in the paint job (Audi RB Ipanema Brown) and steel wheels. I also dig that the rear tailgate was replaced with a sectioned F100 tailgate with Ford stamping. If you didn’t know any better, you’d swear the Bronco rolled off the assembly line with that tailgate.

Aside from the two-piece Billet Specialties 18/20 inch wheels, the underside of the Bronco also features a rack and pinion steering, an 8.8-inch rear axle, and 4-wheel disc brakes.

Keeping with the suspension and axle upgrades, the drivetrain has been swapped to a fuel injected 2.5L backed by a 5-speed manual transmission.

The inside features a shaved dash, custom gauges, Ididit tilt column, billet steering wheel, a Retro sound Bluetooth radio, and custom sheet metal fabricated firewall, floor and wheel tubs.

The hard work and dedication to detail has led to multiple magazine features and award winners.


  • Professionally built one off Resto Mod
  • No expense spared restoration
  • Custom designed and built chassis
  • Fuel injected 2.5L engine
  • 5-speed manual transmission with hydraulic clutch
  • Shaved dash
  • Custom gauges
  • Custom sheet metal fabricated firewall, floor and wheel tubs
  • Ididit tilt column
  • Billet steering wheel
  • Retro sound Bluetooth radio
  • New glass, seals, trim and chrome
  • Sectional F100 tailgate with Ford stamping
  • Rack and pinion steering
  • One off independent front and rear suspension
  • Tubular upper and lower control arms
  • Adjustable air ride suspension
  • 8.8 rear end
  • 4-wheel disc brakes
  • Custom two-piece Billet Specialties 18/20 inch wheels
  • Multiple magazine features and award winner
  • Custom interior
  • Audi RB Ipanema Brown paint over laser straight body panels

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Welcome to the Bronco Corral. As a long time Ford Truck enthusiast, I've been a fan of the Ford Bronco and Bronco II. In fact, I've completely rebuilt a Bronco II of my own. The Bronco Corral originally started as the Bronco II Corral, but in 2020 I decided to expand it to include all Ford Bronco's, and welcome the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco. Thanks for stopping.

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